Hungary & J.E.E.P.
GDP (Per Capita)
CREC Church in Hungary
Trinity Evangelical Church
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN BUDAPEST (CREC) BY PASTOR ATTILA
In fall of 2007, Attila Hajdú was licensed to be a missionary of the Evangelical Reformed church of Wrocław in the Budapest area. He was pursuing his ordination in the CREC. Through teaching English the Mission was able to reach out with the gospel to the community. In 2010, Attila successfully passed the Presbytery Ordination Exam and was ordained by the Evangelical Reformed Church of Poznan in Poland. Hungarians who came from these English classes to Bible studies were taught and catechized for three years.
In February of 2013 the church began having weekly Covenant Renewal Worship services. Attila Hajdú is the elder and pastor of the local church. Our ongoing prayer requests is that God would allow us to make contact with other fellow Reformed communities in Hungary and see how we could help each other in our effort to revive the reformation.
For now, my main focus is:
1. Writing articles on my new Christian blog on contemporary issues relating to theology. I started a discussion on women in the clergy and liturgy. Our website is www.reformalt.hu and www.liturgikuskalvinista.hu This is a new area for me, so I need wisdom and prayer on how to do this well.
2. Uploading sermons and soon commentaries on theological issues.
3. Translation of books and articles.
Members to read and evangelize more. Growth in the church.
News & Updates on Hungary
Pictured above: the saints of Mykolaiv receive supplies. Russia’s ongoing assault on Ukraine has resulted in devastation in many areas, as well as personal loss, injury, humiliation, and deaths for many Ukrainian citizens. Many people in heavily sieged areas, such as...
We want to provide another update regarding the war Ukraine and our brethren there. Now entering its 8th week, the Russian army’s ongoing attack and occupation of Ukraine has resulted in the devastation of many areas, as well as personal loss, injury, humiliation,...
This update is from Sasha Pavliuk, pastor of the Dunaivtsy church, pictured above with a local volunteer holding a box of medicine: These days go by very quickly. I forget the dates and the day of the week. The war has completely changed our lives. I no longer...